35 episodes

Tenfold is a weekly podcast about community engagement and public health. Through the stories and experiences of Canadian public health professionals, Tenfold aims to engage listeners in difference and embrace discomfort. Each week, a different public health professional joins our host Andrea to talk about their experiences with community engagement. Tenfold covers a range of topics from engaging Indigenous communities in a good way to the role of community engagement in knowledge exchange. Andrea Bodkin is a health promoter who supports public health units in Ontario on a variety of topics such as planning, evaluation, partnerships and community engagement. Podcasting has been a dream of Andrea’s and she’s thrilled to be a part of the PHESC team bringing Tenfold to you. Visit phesc.ca/podcast to view episode show notes.

Tenfold Andrea Bodkin

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Tenfold is a weekly podcast about community engagement and public health. Through the stories and experiences of Canadian public health professionals, Tenfold aims to engage listeners in difference and embrace discomfort. Each week, a different public health professional joins our host Andrea to talk about their experiences with community engagement. Tenfold covers a range of topics from engaging Indigenous communities in a good way to the role of community engagement in knowledge exchange. Andrea Bodkin is a health promoter who supports public health units in Ontario on a variety of topics such as planning, evaluation, partnerships and community engagement. Podcasting has been a dream of Andrea’s and she’s thrilled to be a part of the PHESC team bringing Tenfold to you. Visit phesc.ca/podcast to view episode show notes.

    Tenfold - Farewell Episode

    Tenfold - Farewell Episode

    This is the final episode of Tenfold. After three season and 34 episodes, host Andrea Bodkin and sound engineer and editor Obadiah George reflect on the podcast, what they’ve learned and what they’ll be up to in the future.
    Obadiah is involved with the Race, Health &Happiness podcast as well as Global Health Matters from the World Health Organization.
    Andrea will be the “Canadian Host” for the podcast of the international journal Health Promotion Practice, called the HPP Podcast, in the coming months. 
    The podcasts that Obadiah and Andrea love that they mentioned on the show:
    ·       Revisionist History and Ologies are two of Obadiah’s favourites
    ·       Oh Witch Please

    • 10 min
    Season 3 Wrap-up with Dr Karl Kabasele

    Season 3 Wrap-up with Dr Karl Kabasele

    In this episode, Dr Karl Kabasele from the Race, Health and Happiness podcast joins Andrea to wrap-up season 3.  We can't wrap up the season without a huge thank you to all of our guests, our sound engineer and editor, Obadiah George, and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health who produces the podcast. We do not know what the future has in store for Tenfold but we do hope to be back in your ears soon. 

    • 40 min
    Engaging Community in Research: the Tackling TB Stigma Project

    Engaging Community in Research: the Tackling TB Stigma Project

    In this episode, three people from the Access Alliance join Andrea to talk about embedding community in research. In a recent research project done by the Access Alliance on the topic of tackling tuberculosis stigma, community was engaged at every step of the process. proejct Leads Shafeeq Armstrong and Jessica Kwan along with Knowledge. Mobilization and Social Action Coordinator Miranda Saroli each share about the project and what they learned from it. Read more about the project here. 

    • 36 min
    Putting citizens at the centre of post-pandemic recovery

    Putting citizens at the centre of post-pandemic recovery

    In this episode, Andrea is joined by Heather Keam, Team Lead of the Cities Deepening Communities Cities Deepening Community project at the Tamarack Institute. Heather recently published an article, co-authored with Jonathan Massimi, called Asset-Based Community Recovery Framework. The framework presented in the resource is built on four dimensions of community capacity: human, physical, social and economic capacity. The framework takes an asset-based community development approach, that focuses on the assets that are present in community, allows communities to be more resilient, and puts citizen at the centre. 
    Learn more about Tamarack at https://www.tamarackcommunity.ca/ or @Tamarack_Inst on Twitter. You can find Heather at Heather@tamarackcommunity.ca. 

    • 37 min
    Community Engagment for Health Equity

    Community Engagment for Health Equity

    Dianne Oickle from the National Collaborating Centre for the Determinants of Health joins Andrea to discuss a new resource : Let’s talk community engagement for health equity.  Dianne talks about how community engagement has shifted for her over the course of her career, and how the resource was developed using community engagement practices. 

    • 29 min
    We are Bruce now: talking engagement with Ottawa Public Health's social media team

    We are Bruce now: talking engagement with Ottawa Public Health's social media team

    This episode features the Social Media Team from Ottawa Public Health. Jason Haug, Kevin Parent, and Amanda Higginson joined Andrea to talk about how they use social media to engage community, and the broader lessons that can be applied to community engagement. They also discuss the famous Super Bowl tweet and how they worked with Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds on this video. 
    Further Resources:
    @OttawaHealth and @OttawaSanté on Twitter, and Ottawa Health and Ottawa Santé on Facebook.
    You can find Parenting in Ottawa on Facebook and Instagram and The Link Ottawa on Instagram and Tiktok. Aging Well in Ottawa is on Facebook
     
    Read one of Andrea’s favourite threads about poop (or more precisely, waste water testing), and this MACLEAN’S article about the team’s work. 

    • 40 min

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